Senior Speech and Language Therapist
Child Development Center
منذ 4 يوم
source : tanqeeb


  • Identify clients' developmental speech and communication difficulties and or disorders.
  • Assess and treat swallowing and communication difficulties arising from a variety of causes, e.g. congenital problems (such as cleft palate.
  • Able to administer various SLP formal assessments and dynamic assessment procedures.
  • Devise, implement and revise relevant treatment programs;
  • Function as an active member of a treatment team.
  • Senior SLP Therapist must report to Head of SLP Department.
  • Work with clients, consultants, staff, families and community to implement child’s treatment plan.
  • Effectively responds to and manages crisis situations.
  • Openly flexible and responsible in working with multiple students at one time, when necessary
  • Serve as substitute when a staff is absent.
  • Compile reports and clinical notes based on sessions. Ensuring all aspects of the sessions including parent discussions are documented for liability purposes.
  • Clinical notes should reflect good clinical reasoning and best practice possible.

  • Meet with prospective clients and orientate them to the department, staff, assessment and treatment procedures and address any other concerns,
  • Address any current client queries and strive to resolve them within a respectable time frame.
  • Audit clinical files to ensure accuracy in clinical documentation.
  • Administrative

  • Provide consultative support to other clinical programs outside of allocated Speech Therapy sessions times.
  • Develop, review and implement department specific policies and procedures such as : assessment policy and procedure, referral policy and procedure;
  • Keep updated and implement department specific policies and procedures such as : assessment policy and procedure, referral policy and procedure;
  • Able to develop and compose comprehensive high-quality reports.
  • Attend all meetings as requested by parents, HOD, Management and others related team members.
  • Document, follow-up and inform Management on all environmental safety issues.
  • Follow CDC policies and procedures across different domains.
  • Supervisory

  • Liaise between Management and SLP Department to ensure smooth flow of communication at all times.
  • Management of new referrals to ensure appropriate intervention / treatment is planned.
  • Supports all members of the staff and assists with ideas, suggestions and work duties.
  • Ensure resource files are well maintained and add to files when new resources are made.
  • Training

  • Demonstrate therapy techniques to staff.
  • Train and advise therapists on implementing treatment methods and programs Attend and participate in meetings, fundraisers, and other CDC Sponsored events
  • Actively participate in staff training programs designed to increase overall clinical skills.
  • Keep an accurate record of all staff training.
  • Attend and participate in meetings, fundraisers, and other CDC Sponsored events
  • Outreach

  • Ensure timely follow-up on clinic agenda.
  • Coordinate all communications with families and serve as liaison for outside community contacts.
  • Mediate parents concerns and provide positive support for student and family issues.
  • Solicit parent input for development of educational and clinical program.
  • Ensure student attendance is documented.
  • Physical

  • physical requirements here are representative of those must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of all direct care therapy :
  • Administer protective holds, movement and carries
  • Block student movements against the student weight (40-250 pounds)
  • Physical interventions in response to aggressive and self-injurious behavior
  • Able to move quickly and confidently to intervene when situations requiring protective holds and / or movements are deemed necessary
  • Pursue bolting student when necessary
  • Successfully complete required training (non-violent self-defense) as mandated by CDC.
  • General

  • Must have a Bachelors’ / Masters’ degree in Speech & Language Pathology.
  • Must have more than 4 years of experience working with children across a range of developmental delays including those with ASD.
  • Good to have Experience in a supervisory / management role.
  • Able to perform all duties with minimal supervision.
  • Implement all safety and emergency procedures as instructed by CDC.
  • Show a positive and supportive attitude toward CDC and its policies.
  • Accept and utilize feedback from staff and supervisor(s).
  • Communicate clearly and effectively with staff, particularly in performance evaluations.
  • Contribute to a supportive and cohesive work environment.
  • Create and maintain programming that encourages client independence and self-management skills.
  • Behave respectfully and sensitively to cultural and religious norms and values at all times.
  • Communicates in a professional and respectful manner with parents, therapists and clients.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with in a multidisciplinary team
  • oneself in a polished, professional demeanor at all times.
  • Western Nationalty
  • Languages : English required, Arabic preferred but not required
  • قدِّم طلب ترشيحك
    أضف الى المفضلات
    إزالة من الإشارات المرجعية
    قدِّم طلب ترشيحك
    بريدي الالكتروني
    بالضغط على "واصل" ، أعطي موافقة نيوفو على معالجة بياناتي وإرسال تنبيهات إلي بالبريد الإلكتروني ، على النحو المفصل في سياسة خصوصية لـ نيوفو . يجوز لي سحب موافقتي أو إلغاء الاشتراك في أي وقت.
    استمارة الطلب